Transport Secretary visits Britain’s Bravest Manufacturing Company to help more Disabled Veterans into work

Secretary of State for Transport Chris Grayling toured Britain’s Bravest Manufacturing Company this week – a social enterprise which employs injured veterans and people with disabilities – as part of the government’s plan to help one million more disabled people into work.

The Transport Secretary met with workers at the Kent-based BBMC, which is run by charity Royal British Legion Industries and employs more than 100 people – more than 70% of whom are ex-service personnel, have a physical or hidden disability, or both.

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